Connect DFW Increases Team Nights to Strengthen Team Success

Irving, TX – Rachel, Connect DFW’s director of operations, announces an increase in company team nights to strengthen the team and garner greater success, and also identifies the benefits of team building.
IRVING, Texas - Oct. 28, 2014 - PRLog -- Rachel has decided to increase the frequency of team nights, which will strengthen the bonds between her team members and subsequently solicit even greater success for the firm. “We’ve been doing a lot of research on how to build an effective team,” said Rachel. “It has resulted in changes within the firm that promote greater teamwork and cohesion.”

Rachel understands how important a strong, talented team is to business success. “We are working hard to keep everyone stay focused and to help each other achieve our goals.” She explained that team outings can be any organized activity, such as dinners and bowling. Longer team building opportunities include weekend retreats and travel to national conferences.

According to Rachel, everyone at the firm is committed to maintaining an energized, supportive culture in which every professional can thrive. “As a cohesive team, we function efficiently and think creatively to plan and execute dynamic initiatives for our clients, and we help every team member shape the future of his or her career,” she concludes.

Connect DFW Highlights Benefits of Team Building

“Our experiences with team building activities at Connect DFW have been highly beneficial,” reports Rachel. “Among other things, they improve interpersonal skills and problem-solving skills, and they promote motivation, creativity, and productivity.” During team outings, individuals interact differently than they do in the office. It is more relaxed, which helps them get to know one another better.

Rachel continues to highlight the benefits of team building by explaining that, as individuals bond, they become more aware of one another’s strengths and weaknesses. This awareness helps them communicate more clearly, and to effectively complement each other’s abilities. Better productivity is a logical result.

She points out some recent research that bolsters her resolve to improve team togetherness. If factors like motivation and productivity dwindle, professionals – nearly 70% of them – eventually become more and more disengaged with their jobs. The effects are disastrous. Rachel indicates that 80% of all people in the US are in some way dissatisfied with their work, and approximately 2 million people quit their jobs every month. As a result, $550 billion is ultimately lost.

When team members convene outside their usual work environment, they get to step out of their comfort zones. This forces them to use their imaginations more than they are accustomed. “When they have positive team building experiences, team members become more confident in themselves and in their teams overall,” concluded Rachel.

About Connect DFW

Connect DFW is a results-driven provider of memorable and effective interactive marketing campaigns. By combining strategic planning with an unmatched talent for fast and efficient implementation, the firm provides consistent results for clients of all sizes. Connect DFW utilizes a dynamic approach that makes an immediate impact and leads to long-term relationships between companies and customers. These mutually-beneficial bonds create lasting brand loyalty as well as sustained improvements in clients’ revenue streams. The company has built a reputation as an industry leader resulting in significant growth because of its team of highly-skilled branding specialists. Contact them today to learn more about how they help clients exceed even their most ambitious promotional goals.

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